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“Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.” - Ryunosuke Satoro
In the final analysis, it’s all about people.
Invest in your people.
Give them time.
Give them opportunities to grow.
Mentor and nurture them in order for them to be the best that they can be.
The return on your investment is huge, as you have taught them to be doers and givers rather than spectators and takers.
Make a commitment towards their personal and professional growth.
Don’t look back on your laurels.
Look forward with faith, confidence, passion, love, persistence, and determination.
Be like the Sabal Palm tree that can withstand hurricanes.
Read Dr. Kenneth C. Ulmer’s quote as it is in tune with today’s drift.
“Does not matter what happens on the stock market, does not matter what happens in the economy with the falling real estate and the challenges of the corporate world. There's a champion in you and you will come through this. Success is on you.”
Release the champion within you.
Any circumstance outside of you has no ability to crush you whatsoever without your consent.
Consent is the key word.
Do not give consent to the prevailing circumstances.
The only method of releasing the champion within you is to alter your thinking dramatically.
Discipline yourself to think only of what you want and nothing else.
The corresponding results will speak for themselves.
Now you train your people in order to become critical thinkers in your organization.
Critical thinkers become engagers of people.
Let’s begin to create solutions.
Teach your people what is preventing them from getting what they want and they become unstoppable.
Now, results will begin to grow exponentially right in front of your face.
The issues will always be knocking on your door but it takes proactive thinking in order to seek these solutions.
Rhonda Byrne stated it beautifully, “When you are no longer a slave to your own emotions or thoughts; when they no longer have their way with you without your consent; then and only then are you the Master of your being and designer of your life and business”
Therefore, identify the trigger that motivates behavior and you immediately unleash an unstoppable creative force that delivers all the results intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, physically and financially.
The knowing, doing gap is the final piece of your puzzle.
Teach your people this knowing, doing gap syndrome that stops success in its tracks.
Teach them how to cross the tracks towards doing.
As a result, your people now become doers and givers and not spectators and takers.
One drop or an ocean?
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